It took me quite some time to find out how I can run MHonArc with
Majordomo lists. Since I think it is much saver to use Majordomos
wrapper, I sugguest the following change in the FAQ section in order
to help other users with the same problem:
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How can I do it with Majordomo lists?
Here is a template for archiving messages as they arrive for a
Majordomo list to include in sendmail's aliases file:
xxxx: "|/usr/lib/majordomo/wrapper resend -l xxxx xxxx-
xxxx-outgoing: :include:/var/lib/majordomo/lists/xxxx, xxxx-
xxxx-mhonarc: "|/usr/lib/majordomo/wrapper mhonarc -add -quiet
-outdir /home/httpd/html/yyyyyyy -rcfile rcs.mrc -stderr
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In order to run MHonArc with Majordomos wrapper, the program has to
be in the same directory where the majordomo programs are located.
The easiest way is to create a symbolic link to the program, e.g.
ln -s /usr/bin/mhonarc /usr/lib/majordomo/mhonarc
This link should have the same user, group and rights settings as the
rest of the majordomo programs.
If you redirect the stderr output to a logfile, the logfile must
owned by majordomo and must have at least permisson 755. The
directory for that logfile must exist.
The MHonArc-archive directory must be owned by majordomo and must
have at least 755 permssion. Group owner doesn't matter. It is
possible to switch user and group if you like.
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Please feel free to modify my sugguestions since english is not my
With best compliments
Peter Seitz jun.
KOEHLER+SEITZ Beraten und Planen GmbH
Waldaustrasse 13, D-90441 Nuernberg, Germany
Tel: INT+49-911-6238-136, Fax: INT+49-911-6238-100